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Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by Rate This » Sat Sep 26, 2020 2:55 pm

bmw wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 2:51 pm
Rate This wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 1:18 pm
bmw wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 10:25 am
Matt wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 8:06 am
The left is ideologically and morally bankrupt.
It is worse than that. They're so desperate for power that they're willing to burn this country to the ground and to trash every once great institution. You can't compromise or reason with these people because they will NEVER be happy. EVER. I talked about this some months ago before in here. What is their end-goal? They don't have one. No matter how much "progress" we make, they want more, and more, and more. It is never enough. And now, their last bastion of some amount of legitimate power - the Supreme Court - is on the verge of going heavily conservative, and they're literally having mental meltdowns.
Understand you have described how we feel about conservatives to a tee.
Except you'd be wrong. Who is it who is literally burning down cities? Hint - it ain't conservatives. Conservatives also aren't threatening to continue to burning the country to the ground if the election doesn't go their way - that would be people on your side of the aisle.

Conservatives also don't go on looting and shooting sprees every time the media fuels them into a frenzy over some alleged social injustice.
Some of those may be right wing plants, others are anarchists and still others are opportunists. Voting is probably not on the minds of the opportunists and the anarchists... it might be on the right wing agitators...

But setting that aside for a second... let’s look at Mitch McConnell as an example. Everything he does is to consolidate and retain power. The GOP has become a Machiavellian party... they get power just for the sake of having it with no discernible end goals in sight. No plans, no suggestions and no ideas. Just power for powers sake.



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by Honeyman » Sat Sep 26, 2020 3:01 pm

bmw wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 2:45 pm
Honeyman wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 1:10 pm
bmw wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 1:03 pm
Honeyman wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 12:20 pm
...But we're the sexists.
DUDE. You called her "Cunty" in the thread title. How are we supposed to react to that?
And you called Harris a "hoebag".
Well, she did sleep her way to the top, did she not?
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Boom. And that is a remark that WOULD NEVER be said of a man. Sexism.

And for the record, I have said the exact same thing about her, so I am not trying to play the holier than thou card.


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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by hanson » Sat Sep 26, 2020 5:40 pm

Kavanaugh is probably looking at a picture of Barrett and getting the rocks off


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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by MotorCityRadioFreak » Sat Sep 26, 2020 6:08 pm

Matt wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 8:06 am
The sexist attacks have started before the nomination has been officially announced. The left is ideologically and morally bankrupt.
I don't support the attacks as stated.


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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

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lovinlife101 wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 6:39 pm
Congratulations on the Supreme Court nominee that’s driving the dumb Dems even crazier!
Congratulations on being an asshole.



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by zzand » Sat Sep 26, 2020 6:53 pm

"The sexist attacks have started before the nomination has been officially announced. The left is ideologically and morally bankrupt."

We are about to see religious persecution on a level that should embarrass everyone.



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by Rate This » Sat Sep 26, 2020 6:55 pm

zzand wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 6:53 pm
"The sexist attacks have started before the nomination has been officially announced. The left is ideologically and morally bankrupt."

We are about to see religious persecution on a level that should embarrass everyone.
Religious persecution? So that means we’ve come to the point where it’s forbidden to criticize someone’s religious ideas even if those ideas might become part of the public law?



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by audiophile » Sat Sep 26, 2020 7:18 pm

Doesn't seem like HM describes her:



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by Rate This » Sat Sep 26, 2020 7:49 pm

audiophile wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 7:18 pm
Doesn't seem like HM describes her:

No... we just nominated the PTA mom that brings the cookies to school functions...

That speech was small ball and she tried to make herself sound relatable but came off like this is the council meeting for East cupcake, Nebraska. She’s wholly underwhelming.



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by audiophile » Sat Sep 26, 2020 7:54 pm

I guess LL was right.

Did you miss the part where talked about the constitution and clerking for Scalia?

She mentions her family for the first time at 3:14 in the 7 minute video.


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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by R Bedell » Sat Sep 26, 2020 8:11 pm

So it’s quite mainstream to expect the wife to be obedient to the husband and to turn the US into the kingdom of god? Those are Barrett’s stated views. Her views aren’t even mainstream among Catholics...

I don’t recall Omar or Tlaib being on the record that way...
Hell, Biden 2.0 has a hard time recalling anything. :lol :lol :lol



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by R Bedell » Sat Sep 26, 2020 8:12 pm

Kavanaugh is probably looking at a picture of Barrett and getting the rocks off
Groper Joe....would surely. :lol :lol :lol



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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

Post by Rate This » Sat Sep 26, 2020 8:33 pm

bmw wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 2:51 pm
Rate This wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 1:18 pm
bmw wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 10:25 am
Matt wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 8:06 am
The left is ideologically and morally bankrupt.
It is worse than that. They're so desperate for power that they're willing to burn this country to the ground and to trash every once great institution. You can't compromise or reason with these people because they will NEVER be happy. EVER. I talked about this some months ago before in here. What is their end-goal? They don't have one. No matter how much "progress" we make, they want more, and more, and more. It is never enough. And now, their last bastion of some amount of legitimate power - the Supreme Court - is on the verge of going heavily conservative, and they're literally having mental meltdowns.
Understand you have described how we feel about conservatives to a tee.
Except you'd be wrong. Who is it who is literally burning down cities? Hint - it ain't conservatives. Conservatives also aren't threatening to continue to burning the country to the ground if the election doesn't go their way - that would be people on your side of the aisle.

Conservatives also don't go on looting and shooting sprees every time the media fuels them into a frenzy over some alleged social injustice.
Nope conservatives don’t engage in violence or threats or intimidation or plan to go after people with violence. None of that no sir. :roll:
Leaked chat logs show Portland-area pro-Trump activists planning and training for violence, sourcing arms and ammunition and even suggesting political assassinations ahead of a series of contentious rallies in the Oregon city, including one scheduled for this weekend.

The chats on the GroupMe app, shared with the Guardian by the antifascist group Eugene Antifa, show conversations between Oregon members of the Patriots Coalition growing more extreme as they discuss armed confrontations with leftwing Portland activists, and consume a steady diet of online disinformation about protests and wildfires.

At times, rightwing activists discuss acts of violence at recent, contentious protests, which in some cases they were recorded carrying out. At one point, David Willis, a felon currently being sued for his alleged role in an earlier episode of political violence, joins a discussion about the use of paintballs.

Where other members had previously suggested freezing the paintballs for maximum damage, Willis wrote: “They make glass breaker balls that are rubber coated metal. They also have pepper balls but they are about 3 dollars a ball. Don’t freeze paintballs it makes them wildly inaccurate” [sic.]

Willis did not immediately respond to voice and text messages sent to his listed cellphone number.

Another prolific poster is Mark Melchi, a 41-year-old Dallas, Oregon-based car restorer who claims to have served as a captain in the US army.

Melchi has been recorded leading an armed pro-Trump militia, “1776 2.0” into downtown confrontations in Portland, including on 22 August. At several points in the chat he proposes violence in advance of those confrontations, and appears to confess to prior acts committed in the company of his paramilitary group.

In advance of the 22 August protest, Melchi wrote: “It’s going to be bloody and most likely shooting, they’re definitely armed… so let’s make sure we have an organized direction of movement and direction of clearing or other Patriots will be caught in the possible cross fire. When shit hits the fan.”

He advised other members to ignore weapons statutes, writing, “I saw someone say bats, mace, and stun guns are illegal downtown. If you’re going to play by the books tomorrow night, we already lost. We are here to make a change, laws will be broken, people will get hurt… It’s lawlessness downtown, and people need to be prepared for bad things.”

Following these comments, several rightwing demonstrators were recorded using gas and bats on 22 August, where Melchi and his militia were also present.

In other remarks ahead of the day, Melchi draws on what he claims is his group’s history of traveling to multiple states to engage in violence at protests.

“My Group 1776 2.0. Has been fighting Antifa in Seattle, Portland, for months”, Melchi writes, adding “this won’t be a simple fist fight. People will get shot, stabbed and beat.”

He also claims police cooperation in interstate violence, writing “Yes, going after them at night is the solution… Like we do in other states, tactical ambushes at night while backing up the police are key. You get the leaders and the violent ones and the police are happy to shut their mouths and cameras.”

Melchi nevertheless recommends that members disguise themselves to avoid the consequences of homicide.

“We must be ready to defend with lethal response… Suggest wearing mask and nothing to identify you on Camera…to prevent any future prosecution.”

In response to detailed questions about these contributions, Melchi responded with an email that falsely suggested his comments might have been photoshopped, and concluded with direct threats.

Melchi wrote: “I suggest you don’t threaten combat veterans sweetheart, might get a little uncomfortable for ya big guy!”

Melchi’s sentiments in the chat logs were in keeping with fantasies of, and plans for, violence, which are constantly discussed by group members.

Although some members are connected with extremist groups or militias, on the whole they describe themselves as “patriots”, and they express no clear ideology beyond a hatred of the left, and a preparedness to use violence. The shared allegiances expressed in the group are mostly to the police, the United States and Donald Trump, a person whom some say they are prepared to kill for.

Ahead of 22 August, a user “Paige” says “I’m waiting for the presidential go to start open firing”.

Melchi, the militia leader, responds, “Well Saturday may be that go lol”.

Alex Newhouse, the digital research lead at the Center for Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism at the Middlebury Institute, said of the group that “the main mechanism that makes these communities so dangerous is the incessant desensitization to the idea of political violence”.

Newhouse said that the ideas expressed in the group were entrenched in “extreme nationalism – that a few strong men with guns can together take out an evil that is at once imagined as an existential threat, and pathetically weak”. Newhouse added that the group’s discussions “fit within a broader trend of rightwing extremists becoming more accelerationist over time”.

The chatlogs became fractious at the peak of Oregon’s recent wildfire emergency. While some members said they had gone to rural areas to “hunt” imagined antifa arsonists, others became concerned about the dangers.

As early as 9 September, the baseless idea that the fires were a coordinated arson attack was treated as settled fact, with Melchi writing: “People have officially died from these Antifa Fires. I’d shoot them on site” [sic], and another user, Dub, responding: “Yes sir if I see them they are getting dropped where they stand.”

When adverse consequences of vigilantism became evident, leadership attempted to bring the group back under control. After a member of the group reported that an associate had been arrested in Lane county for “holding [someone] at gunpoint”, the group’s administrator, who used the user name Patriot Coalition, wrote “STOP HOLDING PEOPLE AT GUN POINT- STOP PULLING YOUR WEAPONS… VIDEO- TAKE PICTURES AND CALL 911.”

Mary McCord is the legal director of the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown Law School, which on Wednesday released a series of fact sheets on anti-paramilitary laws in all 50 states.

Given details of the content of the chats, McCord said that “this is the kind of thing that might allow authorities to take action”, and that members of the group may “already be in violation of Oregon’s anti-paramilitary laws”.

The group also talked about coordinating at the rally with the Proud Boys, an extreme rightwing group. One user, identified as Bravo91 and a part of the group’s leadership, spoke of phone calls with the Proud Boys.

Along with antifascist demonstrators, Democratic politicians are also the target of violent fantasies in the chats. In particular, Portland’s mayor, Ted Wheeler, is demonized and nominated as a possible target for assassination by the group.

On 24 August, a user identified as “Trent-Medford” writes, “Fuck wheeler… guess what soon as we are done with these punks. He’s next freakin coward !!!!!!”

User T Durden went further. In response to news that an alleged arsonist had been released on bail, and without encountering disagreement, they wrote: “Maybe we need to start taking care of the justice ourselves!”, adding, “Start with justice on our DA and then move on to the governor. Maybe by the time we get to the first judge, they will have changed their tunes.”
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Re: Amy Cunty Barrett is a religious psycho

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This will quickly backfire on you liberals.

You don't mess with momma bear and her cubs!!!
Going after her adopted children? :red
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Post by audiophile » Sun Sep 27, 2020 4:33 am

Even CNN speaks nicely of her in this article:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics ... d=msedgntp


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